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Pepper Jalapeno (1-Pack)
Prices start at : 2.72 USD / each

Tender annual 24-30 in. This variety yields loads of green conical fruits that get hotter as they mature. Spicy Jalapenos can be used in everything from Mexican cuisine to pizza.
  •  100-Percent certified organic seeds grown in the USA for over 20-year
  •  Seeds of Change contributes 1-percent of net sales to advance the cause of sustainable organic agriculture worldwide
  • Seed Type: Vegetable
  • Product Height (in.): 5.5
  • Landscape Supply Type: Seeds
  • Maximum Time to Bloom / Harvest (weeks): 10.0
Michigan
Grand Rapids
Radish Miyashige Daikon Seed
Prices start at : 2.59 USD / each

Hardy Annual 14 in. Will bolt if planted in spring. Sow in late summer for fall harvests of this crisp, mild flavored, long, white traditional Japanese daikon radish.
  •  Independently tested for high germination rates and purity and meets or exceeds federal standards
  •  Roots keep up to four months in the root cellar
  •  Free of GMO's (genetically modified organisms), chemicals and pesticides
  • Product Height (in.): 5.5
  • Returnable: 90-Day
  • Plant / Seed Spacing (in.): 4 in
Michigan
Grand Rapids
Oregon Sugar Pod Pea
Prices start at : 2.50 USD / / pkt

Light green, smooth edible pods 10cm/4” long by 2cm/3/4”diameter with a mild flavour good for eating raw, in stir fries or steamed. Height 60cm/24-30”. Freezes well, retaining the full, sweet flavour and colour.
  • Botanical Name: Pisum sativum 'Oregon Sugar Pod'
Michigan
Grand Rapids
Pomegranate Crunch Lettuce
Prices start at : 4.25 USD / / pkt

Open headed romaine with gorgeous pomegranate-red leaves. Highly resistant to common fungal diseases.
  • Botanical Name: Lactuca sativa 'Pomegranate Crunch'
Michigan
Grand Rapids
Nelly Chives
Prices start at : 3.75 USD / / pkt

Leaves are fine to medium in thickness and dark blue-green in colour. Highly resistant to diseases and is tolerant of thrips and leaf tip burn. It is uniform, upright, and very vigorous.
  • When to Sow: Spring/Late Summer/Early Fall
  • Botanical Name: Allium schoenoprasum 'Nelly'
  • Uses: Culinary/Medicinal/Aromatic
Michigan
Grand Rapids
French Breakfast Radish
Prices start at : 2.50 USD / / pkt

Heirloom variety of rose-coloured with white radish with crisp, tender mildly pungent flavour that is wonderful in salads, sliced thin on buttered bread, as a garnish or appetizer.
  • Botanical Name: Raphanus sativus 'French Breakfast'
Michigan
Grand Rapids
Red Pear Tomato
Prices start at : 3.25 USD / / pkt

An heirloom seed that produces a pear-shaped rosy-red fruit, resistant to splitting and cracking.
  • Botanical Name: Solanum lycopersicum
Michigan
Grand Rapids
Alisma
Prices start at : 4.25 USD / / pkt

(Asian water plantain; Ze xie) Aquatic herb found growing throughout the marshlands of Asia. In Chinese herbal medicine it removes "damp heat." It thrives along water edges or in shallow water up to 25cm/10" deep, in full or partial sun.
  • Botanical Name: Alisma orientale
  • When to Sow: Late Summer/Early Fall
  • Uses: Medicinal/Culinary
Michigan
Grand Rapids
Elephant Head Amaranth
Prices start at : 3.75 USD / / pkt

  • Botanical Name: Amaranthus tricolor 'Elephant Head'
Michigan
Grand Rapids
Corvair Spinach
Prices start at : 4.25 USD / / pkt

Adapts well to different growing situations and does well in spring or autumn. Reliable heavy yielder and highly resistant to downy mildew. A beautiful spinach with succulent oval dark green leaves that stand upright, ready for easy harvest.
  • Botanical Name: Spinacea oleracea 'Corvair'
Michigan
Grand Rapids
Organic Wild Rice
Prices start at : 15.98 USD / 1 lb

The amount of the toxin in organic black wild rice is minimal and doesn't pose health concerns according to the FDA. Rinse it thoroughly, bring to a boil, and let cook at a simmer until tender.
  • Total Carbohydrate: 21g
  • Calories: 100
  • Total Fat: 0g
  • Protein: 4g
  • Rich in Zinc and Phosphorus: Yes
  • Sodium: 2mg
Michigan
Grand Rapids
Organic Hulled Barley
Prices start at : 7.98 USD / 1 lb

The same with organic barley malt extract, which can be compared to maple syrup. Today you can enjoy organic barley flour, cereal, and malted barley, which is a natural sweetener. It means that you can enjoy barley juice as long as you make it yourself.
  •  Rich in Manganese and Selenium
  •  Very Low in Cholesterol & Sodium
  •  Very Low in Saturated Fat
  • Total Fat: 0g
  • Protein: 3g
  • Cholesterol: 0mg
Michigan
Grand Rapids
Organic Spinach Renegade F-1 Seed
Prices start at : 3.78 USD / each

Hardy annual 6-10 in. This hybrid variety yields delicious, dark green, semi-smooth leaves on upright stems. Adapted to spring, early summer, or fall production, it is also highly resistant to disease.
  •  Seeds of Change contributes 1-percent of net sales to advance the cause of sustainable organic agriculture worldwide
  •  Widely adapted and slow to bolt to seed
  • Maximum Time to Bloom / Harvest (weeks): 6.0
  • Type: Vegetables
  • Product Width (in.): 3.5
  • Maximum Time to Germinate (days): 12.0
Michigan
Grand Rapids
Amish Deer-Tongue Lettuce
Prices start at : 2.50 USD / / Pkt

Like the red deer tongue variety, this is a very nice leaf lettuce with tongue-shaped leaves. Sow direct in the garden in spring. The flavour is pleasantly sharp and nutty and the texture is quite good for fresh salad use.
  • Botanical Name: Lactuca sativa 'Amish Deer-Tongue'
Michigan
Grand Rapids
Balloon Flower
Prices start at : 4.25 USD / / pkt

Interesting profuse blue flowers resemble balloons just before opening. Important herb of the Orient: cough remedy is prepared from the roots; wholesome young foliage added to salads.
  • Duration: Perennial
  • When to Sow: Spring/Late Summer/Early Fall
  • Botanical Name: Platycodon grandiflorus
Michigan
Grand Rapids
Fordhook Giant Swiss Chard
Prices start at : 2.50 USD / / pkt

Does well in large containers. It is slow to bolt so the harvest period can last months. Leaves 20cm/10" or shorter are best. It is vigorous, tolerates heat and cold, and even tolerates partial shade.
  • Botanical Name: Beta vulgaris cicla 'Fordhook Giant'
Michigan
Grand Rapids
Sunflower
Prices start at : 2.75 USD / / pkt

Familiar large yellow sunflowers are a favourite of children. Source of an excellent quality cooking oil. Valued for its highly nutritious seeds eaten roasted or raw. Large seeded variety well filled with meat.
  • Botanical Name: Helianthus annuus
  • When to Sow: Spring
  • Uses: Culinary/Medicinal/Industrial
Michigan
Grand Rapids
Onion, Gladstone Seed Pack
Prices start at : 4.6 USD / each

Very tolerant to poor soil conditions, Gladstone can be grown from mid-latitude to northern areas. The onions will store for a couple of months in the root cellar, requires intermediate day length.
  •  Medium-large, white onions
  •  Meets or exceeds federal standards
  •  Independently tested for high germination rates and purity
  •  Hermetically sealed package that is re-sealable gives longer life and higher germination rates
  •  Mildly sweet flavor and firm flesh
  • Returnable: 90-Day
Michigan
Grand Rapids
Fennel Solaris F1 Organic
Prices start at : 1.49 USD / Seed/10 Seeds

Heavy 2-3” bulbs, an outstanding fennel to grow for early harvest. The special unique anise flavor is a standout in any dish.
  • Grow on temperature day: 65 - 75 degrees fahrenheit
  • Weeks indoor: 4 - 6 weeks
  • Grow on temperature night: 60 - 70 degrees fahrenheit
  • Soil temperature: 75 - 85 degrees fahrenheit
Michigan
Grand Rapids
Organic Rolled Oats
Prices start at : 7.98 USD / 1 lb

Organic sprouted oats will be a bit more delicious and nutritious as well as easier on your stomach. Pre-cooked Organic Oats from Food To Live can be included in cookies. If you are looking for the healthiest alternatives, use organic sprouted oats.
  •  Good source of Dietary Fiber
  •  Very low in Cholesterol and Sodium
  • Cholesterol: 0mg
  • Protein: 11g
  • Calories: 307
  • Total Fat: 5g
Michigan
Grand Rapids
Anise-Hyssop
Prices start at : 3.25 USD / / pkt

Anise-hyssop produces an abundance of purple flower spikes, rich in nectar that attracts honey bees, ultimately yielding a lightly fragranced honey. The leaves can be brewed to create an uplifting tea or crushed to use as a culinary seasoning.
  • Ease of Germination: Easy
  • Duration: Perennial
  • Uses: Culinary/Beverage
Michigan
Grand Rapids
Gold Ball Turnip
Prices start at : 2.75 USD / / pkt

Good keeper for winter storage. The roots can reach 10cm/4" in diameter but for best flavour and sweetness dig them when they are 8cm/3". The flavour is mild and nutty and the texture is incredible.
  • Botanical Name: Brassica napus 'Gold Ball'
Michigan
Grand Rapids
Organic Fall Season Planting Vegetable Seeds Collection (6-Pack)
Prices start at : 14.99 USD / each

Contains 1-Pack each of Italian flat leaf Parsley, Red Acre cabbage, Early Green broccoli, Red Russian Kale, Cherry Radish, and Colorful Beet mix. Enjoy the harvest. Continue your garden into the cooler weather with our Organic Fall Season Planting Collection.
  •  Healthy, nutritious, all natural vegetables and herbs
  •  100% certified organic seeds
  • Mature Height: 24 in
  • Maximum Time to Bloom / Harvest (weeks): 8
  • Maximum Time to Germinate (days): 10
  • Product Width (in.): 4.5 in
Michigan
Grand Rapids
Pepper Belcanto F1 Organic
Prices start at : 19.99 USD / Seed/50 Seeds

60 days from transplant. The compact plant structure along with High Resistance to Pepper Mosaic Virus race 0 - 3 allow for open field and protected culture growing options. Grow together with Oranos F1 and Xanthi F1 for a sweet pepper mix.
  • Grow on temperature day: 60 - 65 degrees fahrenheit
  • Germination days: 10 - 20 days
  • Seeding depth: 0.25 - 0.5 inches
  • Weeks indoor: 6 - 8 weeks
Michigan
Grand Rapids
Ornamental Basil Aromato Organic
Prices start at : 0.89 USD / Seed/10 Seeds

As more basil varieties are being incorporated into mixed cut flower bouquets, Organic Aromato Organic Basilstands out! The well-branched bushy plants produce leaves dappled in purple to green, with a heavy emphasis in the purple hue.
  • Weeks indoor: 6 - 8 weeks
  • Plant spread: 12 - 14 inches
  • Maturation days: 55-70 days
  • Germination days: 10 - 14 days
Michigan
Grand Rapids
Cabbage Famosa F1 Organic
Prices start at : 1.79 USD / Seed/10 Seeds

Averaging 3 lbs. Flavor displays well fresh or cooked. In size with green leaves and tinted yellow interior. Intermediate resistance to White Rust.
  • Soil temperature: 70 - 75 degrees fahrenheit
  • Maturation days: 75 days
  • Seeding depth: 0.25 - 0.5 inches
Michigan
Grand Rapids
Lettuce Speckled Organic
Prices start at : 1.19 USD / Seed/50 Seeds

Unique splashes of red spots will add eye appeal to any salad mix. Passed down by Amish families for generations, they preserved this mild, buttery tasting heirloom so it could be enjoyed by all.
  • Soil temperature: 65 - 70 degrees fahrenheit
  • Germination lighting: Light required
  • Maturation days: 48 days
Michigan
Grand Rapids
Straight Eight Cucumber
Prices start at : 2.75 USD / / pkt

Excellent for slicing, in salads and also used for pickling when small. Vigorous productive vine produces straight, deep green fruit, 20cm/8” long, bright white flesh with bitter-free flavour.
  • Botanical Name: Cucumis sativus 'Straight Eight'
Michigan
Grand Rapids
Red Sage
Prices start at : 5.25 USD / / pkt

Useful for palpitations, irritability and insomnia. Traditionally used to stabilize the heart and calm the nerves, and to lighten or to remove stagnant blood. Clinical experience shows that the roots are effective against angina pectoris, cerebral atherosclerosis,...
  • Uses: Medicinal
  • Botanical Name: Salvia miltiorrhiza
  • When to Sow: Spring/Late Summer/Early Fall
Michigan
Grand Rapids